The Renewable Energy Association of the Philippines (REAP) was incorporated in 1985 as a non-stock, non-profit organization of companies and private individuals committed to the nationwide development, promotion, utilization and commercialization of renewable energy technologies/systems for sustainable energy generation.
The Philippine Energy Efficiency Alliance (PE2) convened private and public sector energy efficiency market stakeholder entities in April 2016 as a non-stock, non-profit civil society organization, building on the 11-year history of the Energy Service Companies Association of the Philippines (ESCOPhil) established in May 2005 with DOE support, and its successor, the Philippine Association of Energy Service Companies.
The Institute of Integrated Electronic Engineers of the Philippines (IIEE) is the organization of electrical practitioners and the only accredited professional organization (APO) of electrical practitioners by the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) with PRC Cert. No. I-APO-016. Founded in 1975, the organization, which started with 500 members, has now 47,000 members and more are joining.
The Electric Vehicle Association of the Philippines (eVAP) envisions a nation wherein the use of electric vehicles is highly promoted, encouraged and supported by its government and the society in order to develop a transportation landscape that is one with the environment ecologically and economically.